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Health Services Administration

The Bachelor of Health Services Administration (BHSA) qualifies graduates for entry-level management positions in health services delivery organizations providing acute and chronic care, rehabilitation and/or health promotion in various health care settings. This degree is a valuable career development pathway for students licensed/certified in clinical health sciences professions but lacking an undergraduate degree; this degree also prepares students for further study at the graduate level in health services administration, public health, and other health science professions (e.g., Athletic Training, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Speech Language Pathology) given students complete the prerequisite science courses. The program emphasizes systems engineering and financial management of health organizations, health services research, economics, politics and legal aspects of health systems, and program planning and evaluation.

BHSA2-year Transfer, 4-year Freshman

Nursing and Health Sciences

The College of Nursing offers Baccalaureate to Doctoral level in Nursing combines hands on learning with technologically advanced and realistic lab settings. This helps the students to prepare themselves with the highest level of knowledge and skills so they can qualify for job opportunities and achieve their goals in the Nursing community. The school has a Simulation Center and the Rehabilitation Center which have, special labs, real-life care settings, and advanced technology that help the instructor clearly explain and show students how to care for a patient. The College of Nursing and Health Sciences is one of the most technologically advanced colleges in the state and offers education from the Baccalaureate to Doctoral level. Contact Information: Luis Bohorquez, Academic Advisor: 305-348-7734; Lbohorqu@fiu.edu; http:cnhs.fiu.edu/

MMC

Health Services Administration (Online)

The Bachelor of Health Services Administration (BHSA) qualifies graduates for entry-level management positions in health services delivery organizations providing acute and chronic care, rehabilitation and/or health promotion in various health care settings. This degree is a valuable career development pathway for students licensed/certified in clinical health sciences professions but lacking an undergraduate degree; this degree also prepares students for further study at the graduate level in health services administration, public health, and other health science professions (e.g., Athletic Training, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Speech Language Pathology) given students complete the prerequisite science courses. The program emphasizes systems engineering and financial management of health organizations, health services research, economics, politics and legal aspects of health systems, and program planning and evaluation.

BHSA2-year Transfer, 4-year Freshman

Nursing and Health Sciences

The College of Nursing offers Baccalaureate to Doctoral level in Nursing combines hands on learning with technologically advanced and realistic lab settings. This helps the students to prepare themselves with the highest level of knowledge and skills so they can qualify for job opportunities and achieve their goals in the Nursing community. The school has a Simulation Center and the Rehabilitation Center which have, special labs, real-life care settings, and advanced technology that help the instructor clearly explain and show students how to care for a patient. The College of Nursing and Health Sciences is one of the most technologically advanced colleges in the state and offers education from the Baccalaureate to Doctoral level. Contact Information: Luis Bohorquez, Academic Advisor: 305-348-7734; Lbohorqu@fiu.edu; http:cnhs.fiu.edu/

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Nursing

The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) is a limited access program (admitting 100 students each fall) for students who wish to become a registered nurse (RN) and obtain their BSN degree. Nursing is the fastest growing profession in the U.S. This program teaches students using our advanced STAR (Simulation Teaching and Research) Center, interdisciplinary simulation and clinical experiences. Students learn nursing science, nursing skills, cultural sensitivity, and the application of research to provide high-quality, evidence-based, compassionate nursing care to assist multi-generational, multi-ethnic, multi-lingual patients/clients and specific underserved populations to improve their health, restore health, to live with chronic care conditions, and to rehabilitate disabilities in the acute care and community settings.

Bachelor of Science2-year Transfer, 4-year Freshman, Exploratory Freshmen

Nursing and Health Sciences

The College of Nursing offers Baccalaureate to Doctoral level in Nursing combines hands on learning with technologically advanced and realistic lab settings. This helps the students to prepare themselves with the highest level of knowledge and skills so they can qualify for job opportunities and achieve their goals in the Nursing community. The school has a Simulation Center and the Rehabilitation Center which have, special labs, real-life care settings, and advanced technology that help the instructor clearly explain and show students how to care for a patient. The College of Nursing and Health Sciences is one of the most technologically advanced colleges in the state and offers education from the Baccalaureate to Doctoral level. Contact Information: Luis Bohorquez, Academic Advisor: 305-348-7734; Lbohorqu@fiu.edu; http:cnhs.fiu.edu/

BBC, MMC

Nursing Veterans BSN

The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) is a limited access program (admitting 100 students each fall) for students who wish to become a registered nurse (RN) and obtain their BSN degree. Nursing is the fastest growing profession in the U.S. This program teaches students using our advanced STAR (Simulation Teaching and Research) Center, interdisciplinary simulation and clinical experiences. Students learn nursing science, nursing skills, cultural sensitivity, and the application of research to provide high-quality, evidence-based, compassionate nursing care to assist multi-generational, multi-ethnic, multi-lingual patients/clients and specific underserved populations to improve their health, restore health, to live with chronic care conditions, and to rehabilitate disabilities in the acute care and community settings.

Bachelor of Science2-year Transfer, 4-year Freshman

Nursing and Health Sciences

The College of Nursing offers Baccalaureate to Doctoral level in Nursing combines hands on learning with technologically advanced and realistic lab settings. This helps the students to prepare themselves with the highest level of knowledge and skills so they can qualify for job opportunities and achieve their goals in the Nursing community. The school has a Simulation Center and the Rehabilitation Center which have, special labs, real-life care settings, and advanced technology that help the instructor clearly explain and show students how to care for a patient. The College of Nursing and Health Sciences is one of the most technologically advanced colleges in the state and offers education from the Baccalaureate to Doctoral level. Contact Information: Luis Bohorquez, Academic Advisor: 305-348-7734; Lbohorqu@fiu.edu; http:cnhs.fiu.edu/

MMC

Nursing: RN to BSN

The Registered Nurse (RN) to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program is for RNs with an Associate Degree (ADN) or an Associate of Science (ASN) in Nursing degree who wish to earn the BSN degree to become managers, leaders, or work in public health, VA, Armed Services. The emphasis of this program is to enhance RNs knowledge and skills in evidence-based nursing practice, global healthcare systems and leadership and management as well as care of multi-lingual, multi-ethnic, multi-generational populations. For those who also have an ADN/ASN and an AA degree, the program is 30 credits and may be completed in one calendar year. For those only with the ADN or the ASN, the program may include additional undergraduate credits.

Bachelor of Science2-year Transfer, 4-year Freshman

Nursing and Health Sciences

The College of Nursing offers Baccalaureate to Doctoral level in Nursing combines hands on learning with technologically advanced and realistic lab settings. This helps the students to prepare themselves with the highest level of knowledge and skills so they can qualify for job opportunities and achieve their goals in the Nursing community. The school has a Simulation Center and the Rehabilitation Center which have, special labs, real-life care settings, and advanced technology that help the instructor clearly explain and show students how to care for a patient. The College of Nursing and Health Sciences is one of the most technologically advanced colleges in the state and offers education from the Baccalaureate to Doctoral level. Contact Information: Luis Bohorquez, Academic Advisor: 305-348-7734; Lbohorqu@fiu.edu; http:cnhs.fiu.edu/

MMC, ON